The Gibraltar, a new "traditional" coffee drink, is available at all of our cafes. But what is it? We're here to shed some light!
5 FACTS ABOUT THE GIBRALTAR COFFEE DRINK:
1. It’s basically a large macchiato
2. IT GOES BY OTHER NAMES
The Gibraltar also goes by a cortado (if you’re on the east coast), a Tallat in Catalan, an Ebaki in Basque, a Pingo or Garoto in Portugal, and a noisette in France.
3. The name has a specific meaning
It’s the registered name for the type of glassware tumblers that many people (including us [after work]) use as rocks glasses.
4. It's been around since around 2005
5. It's exceptionally balanced
OTHER GIBRALTAR INFORMATION
- Where you can get it: Any of our locations Kaldi's locations in St. Louis or Columbia, MO
- Where the Wikipedia entry is: right here!
- Where the Wikipedia entry is for the Rock of Gibraltar: right here!
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